MAVENIR CLOUDRANGE NFV PLATFORM WINS SDN/NFV AWARD
Enabling large scale live deployments of Cloud Native VNFs with mobile operators globally increasing business agility and network elasticity to enable new commercial opportunities
RICHARDSON, TX – October 19, 2018: Mavenir, the industry’s only end-to-end Cloud Native network solutions provider is proud to be recognized as a winner at the Fierce Innovation Awards, for its industry-leading network functions virtualization (NFV) and container management and orchestration (MANO) platform, CloudRange.
Winners were announced at the NextGen Wireless Networks Summit in Dallas, Texas showcasing North American advancements in telecommunications.
Mavenir’s CloudRange platform allows CSPs to realize additional revenue streams by launching and scaling new services more broadly, rapidly and more efficiently. At the same time, the platform reduces opex and capex with automation, making networks programmable for future 5G network slicing. The platform is built with a Cloud-Native and web-scale architecture, drastically driving down the network economics for mobile operators with scalability, efficiency, and automation.
“Mavenir has already deployed comprehensive Cloud Native Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) such as vEPC, vSBC, and vIMS, supporting VoLTE, RCS, and various IMS service applications,” said Pardeep Kohli, President, and CEO of Mavenir. “As a leader in NFV, Mavenir has large scale live deployments with Tier 1 operators around the world. All of our customers are using NFV or some elements of CloudRange to lower costs, enable new business models and increase revenues as the industry steamrolls toward 5G.”
CloudRange features include Lifecycle Management, Closed-loop automation (making networks programmable for Network Slicing), and Cloud-Native and web-scale architecture. It works across radio, core, and applications to allow practical deployments such as subscriber data/intelligence in the network, MVNO network setup, and network upgrade in multivendor NFV OpenStack deployments.